During a Thursday rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, former President Donald Trump decided to mock President Joe Biden by imitating him getting lost and confused on stage. It was predictably hilarious, and the crowd lost it while watching him bumble around the stage like Brandon.
While looking confused on stage, Trump said, “You would think at least one time he’d get up and say, ‘I’m running for president — where, where am I going, where the hell am I going.‘” Continuing, Trump continued looking lost and confused on stage while imitating Biden and saying, “I want to get out, oh, no over there, over there,” in an affected voice before walking away from the podium and looking befuddled. The crowd absolutely loved that, erupting in laughter as Trump continued mocking Brandon by imitating him.
Even better, one commenter on ALX’s video put Brandon actually getting lost on stage and looking confused with Trump’s spot-on imitation of him doing so. Trump got serious in the speech too. Attacking Biden’s 2024 Campaign announcement video, he said, “A prepackaged video that took supposedly seven takes to get it right, if ‘right’ is what you want to call it. In it, he says he’s running because ‘Trump and MAGA pose a threat to democracy,’ can you believe it?”
In that announcement video, Biden said: “Freedom. Personal freedom is fundamental to who we are as Americans. There’s nothing more important. Nothing more sacred. That’s been the work of my first term: To fight for our Democracy. This shouldn’t be a red or blue issue.”
He next said, “This is not a time to be complacent. That’s why I’m running for re-election. Because I know America. I know we are good and decent people. And I know we are still a country that believes in honesty and respect, and treating each other with dignity. That we’re a nation where we give hate no safe harbor. And we believe that everyone is equal, and that everyone should be given a fair shot to succeed in this country.”
Continuing, he said, “When I ran for President four years ago, I said we are in a battle for the soul of America – and we still are. The question we are facing is whether in the years ahead we have more freedom or less freedom, more rights or fewer.”
Finally, finishing the statement, he said, “Every generation of Americans has faced a moment when they’ve had to defend democracy, stand up for our personal freedoms, and stand up for our right to vote and our civil rights. This is ours. Let’s finish the job.”
VP Harris, in her announcement on the matter, was as radical as ever, saying, “For two years we have made transformational investments to build a nation in which everyone can be safe and healthy, find a good job, and retire with dignity. In response, extremists have intensified attacks on basic, foundational freedoms and rights,” the vice president said. “For example, they want to take away a woman’s right to make decisions about her own body. They attack the sacred right to vote and attempt to silence the voice of the people. And they try to block common-sense reforms to save lives and keep Americans safe from gun violence. The Republicans running for President want to take our country backward. We will not let that happen.”
“Just like we did in 2020, we must come together to fight for our democracy, continue to make progress, and make sure all Americans can get ahead and thrive. Joe and I look forward to finishing the job, winning this battle for the soul of the nation, and serving the American people for four more years in the White House,” she continued.